As you may know, I’m leaving for our annual home swap tomorrow (Wednesday) and will be gone for three weeks. We’re heading to Amsterdam this year.
I will be working each day that I’m gone. It’s hard for me not to write. But I will try to take a week off during the three weeks that I’m away, roughly from July 25 to July 30-ish, depending on how the schedule goes. But even during that time, I will write something each day, even if it’s only book updates.
Because of the 6-hour time difference, I’ll be a bit off-schedule each day. My plan is to work a few hours in the morning and the start working again at 3 pm local time, which his 9 am ET. I’ll be recording podcasts normally when possible.
As you may have noticed, I sped up the writing on the Programming Windows series this past week. That was by design: I wanted to get through a few topics for which I had paper-based documentation before I left. I’ll definitely keep going while I’m away, but it will probably slow down a bit.
Because of the travel, I’m going to skip Ask Paul and Short Takes this week, sorry.
I will publish some kind of “what I use” article covering the tech I brought with me on the home swap.
I think that’s about it.